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Jul 17, 2010 6:00pm EDT
gusts reached 40 miles an hour plus at times. unfair was how u.s. open champ described it. of course, he kind of liked it, since he played in the morning session and missed most of the afternoon hole. the winds died down today. call it playable. except for tiger woods. hey mr. woods. where is that other putter on the par 4, 13. tiger push it is to the right. if you could hear that, you would be bleeping it out. add that to his double bogey, and the wheels were coming off the wagon. woods here on the road hole. he finished at 3 under. 1 over for the day. shot of the day, check out miguel playing it off the rocks and on to the green. you got to do that in the open championship. he finished minus 3. everybody is following lui for the birdie on 16 and he drains it. he leaves paul casey by 4. afterwards, the world's number one player may not be for long. tiger trying to be positive. >> my ball is right where i need to have it. i'm hitting the ball really well. controlling all my shots. i'm not getting it in the hole. >> here's the leader board, sort of a two-man show. after that, you need
CBS
Jul 27, 2010 6:00pm EDT
. get a free quote at progressive.com. >>> the u.s. coast guard released chilling audio tapes in philadelphia. >> ferry, ferry. >> we have people in the water. looks like they got run over by a barge, one of the duck boats. i'm going to pick them up. >> the crash along the delaware river sent 37 people into the water earlier this month. two tourists died in the accident. other victims suffered injuries, but they did recover. those tapes are now part of a federal investigation. >> in indiana, it is crooks ripping off crooks. last week, officers busted a counterfeit ring inside an apartment. while they were there, a neighbor came knocking at the door, which led them to find a large amount of pot, and ecstasy in his place. investigators believe the counterfeiters were using some of the funny money to buy illegal drugs from their neighbors. all of the suspects are now behind bars. >> english only, please. that is the decision in minnesota after the city council members, or city county members approved an english only ordinance for official documents. under the proposal, the city will
CBS
Jul 30, 2010 6:00pm EDT
u.s. troops since the war beban there nine years ago. the death toll now is at 66 and that breaks a record set just last month of 670 u.s. deaths. >>> commanders warn that casualty numbers might climb even higher. president obama has ordered 30,000 more troops to afghanistan to help to turn the tide against taliban fighters. >>> back here at home, a big salute for casualties of that war. walter reed army medical center posted a purple heart ceremony for three soldiers from connecticut, virginia and washington. they were injured supporting combat operations in afghanistan. >> a confession from behind bars. the young sniper lee boyd malvo now says he and john muhammad committed twice as many shootings but is there any truth to his new confession. 9 news now investigates up next. to help avoid dental problems i give patients act restoring mouthwash. act kills germs, restores minerals strengthens enamel. act restoring-- for strong teeth act now. >>> the young viced sniper who terrorized the area in 2002 in a killing spree that left ten people dead now boasts that he and his accomplice s
CBS
Jul 6, 2010 6:00pm EDT
and bring you more informs as soon as it becomes available. >>> president obama tells the u.s. israeli bond unbreakable. he and israeli prime minister met face-to-face in the oval officed today, talk about the peace process. it is their second meeting in four months. most analysts say that their first meeting went badly. but this time, both sides made it clear that peace is their goal and their alliance is strong. >> i'm committed to the peace. and this peace will better the lives of israelis of palestinians, and it will certainly change our region. >> israel also wants something. they want the u.s. to put more effort into stopping iran's nuclear program. they see it as a serious threat to its security. >>> the u.s. justice department made good on a promise. they filed a lawsuit, challenging the constitutionality of arizona's new law targeting illegal immigrants. that suit was filed in u.s. district court in phoenix on tuesday. president obama called the state's law misguided. supporters say that it's a reasonable reaction to the inaction on illegal immigration. >>> queen elizabeth is
CBS
Jul 2, 2010 6:00pm EDT
down. thank you. >>> for a third time this year a u.s. marine has been killed in baltimore. 26-year-old man from new orleans was celebrating his deployment to afghanistan in an after hours club downtown. a fight broke out in the area known as the block and the marine was shot to death on the dance floor. police say they have not recovered a murder weapon and they do not yet have a suspect. >>> an update on the 19-year- old college student from falls church. they visited a business in the fairfax plaza shopping center last sunday around 3:00 p.m. and detectives say she did not appear to be in any stress at the time. but less than an hour later she was found stabbed to death in her car on a one-way service road. fairfax police want anyone with information on the case to give them a call. >>> police in the district are also asking for your help. they want you to take a look at this surveillance video. do you recognize the man on the right? police believe he robbed three shops and this is one of them. armed robbery at an ice cream parlor on florida avenue. contact dc police if you recog
CBS
Jul 13, 2010 6:00pm EDT
appetite as the u.s. tabloids have, they are am tears compared to the brits. somebody counted at his press conference today, there were 17 questions relating to tiger's infidelity, divorce, or his other personal turmoil. and tiger responded with a very british stiff upper lip. >> i'm trying to become a better person each and every day, and i'm still trailing golf tournaments while becoming a better person. that starts with one day at a time. as far as everything else, everyone is entitled to their opinion. >> back home, the wizards signed their first free agent, veteran big man and former houston rocket, hilton arm strong. he has one verison center memory already, from when his yukon team was bounced in the elite 8 in 2006. meanwhile, a double-double for john wall in his second summer league game with the wizards. ten assists for the number one pick as the wizards crushed the clippers. he did turn the ball over eight times. he is going to have to clean that up. run. run. >> oh, here he comes. >> widen out, he's here. he was running. >> there he is. >> you have your zones? >> all six
CBS
Jul 3, 2010 6:00pm EDT
describe it as the largest oil skimmer in the world. the u.s. coast guard and bp are watching tests to see if the ten story high ship can live up to its promise of processing 21 million-gallons of oil fouled water a day. two days after the oil rig exploded, a small alabama town took immediate action and now has a special celebration this july 4 weekend. >> jamie almost went to jail protecting his small alabama town after the oil spill. >> you could have gone to jail. >> oh yes. >> henson is chief of the volunteer fire department. he vows to protect the 768 people. >> i don't care if it was sour crude. i don't want it in my river. >> he implemented his idea without permission from bp or unified command. two barges -- containment booms stop oil from coming inland. at a cost of $50,000 a week, the temporary plan won't last much longer. >> i don't know because -- >> with bp's efforts to drill a relief well into the gulf. bp says if weather cooperates, it could be completed by the end of the month. but even in this disaster, they decided to keep with its annual fourth of july tradition. eve
CBS
Jul 9, 2010 6:00pm EDT
the ten spies captured in the u.s. are now in russia and we are tracking the four detainees who were released from moscow and two of them may be on this vision airlines plane. it touched down a half hour ago at dulles international airport airport and news agencies an the country, including our own are waiting to see just who is on board. let's get to our gary noneberg who is live at the scene to give us details. have you seen anything? >> this is like going to the movies in the 1960s, visions of a 20th century cold war now mostly confined to the history books, a spy swap unfolding in the 21st century as a reminder that spy craft is real, that state craft is often the only way they can get a ticket home. that vision air 767-200 touched down here at 5:31 this afternoon after apparently delivering four of the western spies to a military base in britain earlier today. that means two remaining men are believed to be on the flight. on-line tracking services report the plane has filed a plight plane -- plan for miami 45 minutes from now. when we asked whether they will remain in washi
CBS
Jul 19, 2010 6:00pm EDT
evidence. >> now to a long awaited homecoming. man is back on u.s. soil after the fbi kept him away for nearly two months. 26-year-old yaya was stranded in the middle east on the no fly list forbidden to come home. we heard from him at 5:00. new at 6:00, delia is live from experts who call that list un- american. >> we are told his situation is not unique. folks here at care, the council on american islamic relations say many muslims are being detained overseas, held against their will because their names appear on this list that they call unconstitutional. in fact, the aclu just filed a lawsuit challenging the government's policy. the 26-year-old fairfax county man just returned home saturday after being detained in egypt for two months. he and his brother spent a year and a half in yemen. his brother returned home in may, but yaya was held against his will, interrogated, forced to take polygraphs, even asked to become a spy upon his return to the state. members of care say that type of pressure is unfair. >> there seems to be a policy in place that allows the government from reent
CBS
Jul 7, 2010 6:00pm EDT
. >>> still to come on 9 news now, spy versus spy. accused russian agents nabbed in the u.s. may be heading back to the mother land. >>> and plus owners of tanning bed salons say they are being burned by a new government tax. we'll tell you more about that just ahead. >>> well you don't expect those friday night lights to go timber on the football field but some are being recalled after the poles did come down at some schools. here is a look at some of the damage. more than 2500 of these whitco company stadium light poles are being recalled after 11 reported incidents of them falling n. one case a pole came down on a school gymnasium causing serious damage there. now some of the poles are at schools across our area, including spring burk high in silver spring and seneca ridge in sterling. we called many schools and they say they are learning about this recall from us. >>> owners of local tanning salons say they are being burned by a new tax. the new health care law imposed a 10% surcharge on the use of ultraviolent indoor tanning beds. supporters say the tax will raise an if estimated $2.7
CBS
Jul 12, 2010 6:00pm EDT
confirmation of one u.s. citizen killed in the attack. he was an employee of an mgo in cap ala. i think they have confirmed his identity and there have been five u.s. citizens hospitalized. >> he was identified as 25-year- old nate hen of wilmington, delaware. he was working with a california based aid group. and the family friend of emily kerstetter was with her grandmother and a church group when they came under attack >>> if you're planning on buying an iphone, why a group said don't do it. coming up next. dry, rough, cracked? gold bond therapeutic foot cream. penetrates the deepest layers like others can't. look for the healing seal. gold bond foot cream. serious relief for dry, cracked feet. >>> a 10-year-old texas boy was in d.c. for one hour is now dead after being hit by a car in georgetown. he was struck at the intersection of wisconsin and 3rd street. he died a short time ago at children's hospital. witnesses say the boy was in the crosswalk with his family. today neighbors say that intersection is dangerous. and many complain of near misses and cars that just don't stop
CBS
Jul 15, 2010 6:00pm EDT
is only one smartest town in the u.s. and you're looking at it. a new study from the brookings institution said washington region has more college gradates and post graduate degrees than any other university in the country. and we had no trouble finding plenty of smart folks. >> what element has the chemical symbol k? >> potassium. >> oh, my gosh. >> here is a stumper. >> it looks like john quincy adams. >> oh, my gosh. >> arlington is number one. nearly 70% of arlington residents have college degrees. alexandria stands at 60%. montgomery is number five, just over half of the people in montgomery county have graduated from college. >>> we learned today that a prince george's county paramedic pulled off a most unusual rescue last week. they were called to riverdale to save a victim of a pit bull malling, but in this case it turned out the victim was another dog. a 3-year-old spaniel namedpal u >> but working with the dog is like working like a person. >> he loved it to. >> he survived the attack by two neighbor dogs. fire and ems officials don't want people to call 911 for pet e
CBS
Jul 14, 2010 6:00pm EDT
, just like $1,900 note in u.s. dollars. but for now, prince william county police are not buying it. they say they're afraid that more businesses or any business have been duped. live in manassas, surae chinn, 9 news now. >>> now to an update on the condition of a 16-year-old girl at last weeks a attack in uganda. emily kerstetter and her grand mother were at a restaurant when the bomb went off. she had an operation yesterday at a hospital in johannesberg, south africa. her grandmother is in surgery today to repair a broken arm. no word on when the family will return. >>> let's get to the latest on the gulf oil spill and the plan to start choking off oil gushing into the gulf was suddenly stopped today. government officials and bp said more analysis must be done before the operation can proceed. bp's not sure its ruptured well can with stand a rise in pressure when crews began to -- began to close valves on the cap. >>> and now on to topper. >> we'll take you out with the almanac. at least we made it through a day under 90. and 89 and 73 goes in the books. average is 88 and 71. ther
CBS
Jul 16, 2010 6:00pm EDT
live from the quake's epicenter in germantown. surae chinn is at the u.s. geological survey. sur ray, we will start with you. >> reporter: you could call the usgs the headquarters and also the epicenter of earthquake research. scientists here talk about and explain what happened this morning at 5:04. they say for some reason the rocks slipped. so imagine these blocks, at an angle, they say, the fault line was at an angle and imagine intense pressure on my hands and it slips an inch or two and that's when you felt the tremors. here at usgs a lot of research is going on and they are looking at the aftershocks that happened minutes later and also that more could be on the way. they are skeptical, though, a big one will hit the region but it is not out of the question. a strong tremor could cause quite some damage. they say earthquakes have proven unpredictable and quakes are not common but not unusual either. looking at the class magnitude here. the scale showed 3.6 was minor. in 2004, charlottesville shook at 4.0. and southern virginia had a 5.7 in the late 1800s. scientists say a stro
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